Learn how to draw a great looking Crown with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Crown.
If you feel like royalty, you can learn how to draw a crown - and even wear it if you want!
Crowns are special hats worn by kings and queens. They are heavy because they are made out of precious metals. They also have costly jewels decorating them.
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They also possess other symbols of their royal status - the scepters in their hands, their cloaks, and the deep colors of their garments.
Princesses wear smaller crowns called tiaras. These have fewer points and are more triangle-shaped, as you can see in this princess drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Crown
How to Draw a Great Looking Crown for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the crown outline by drawing the crown jewels. Use curved lines to enclose a hexagon shape. Enclose a double-pointed ellipse inside it. Then, draw lines between - but not touching - the two shapes.
Learn more about how to draw jewels.
Easy Crown Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw an inverted “U” shaped line above the gemstone. Inside it, draw a double-pointed shape. This is one of the points of the crown.
Easy Crown Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw a large “U” shaped line on each side of the crown’s point.
Easy Crown Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a small oval at the top of one of the “U” shaped lines. Then, extend another “U” shaped line from it. Draw a partial oval at its top, then extend a curved line for the side of the crown.
Easy Crown Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw a small oval at the top of the remaining “U” shaped line. Then, extend another “U” shaped line from it. Draw a partial oval at its top, then extend a curved line for the side of the crown.
Easy Crown Drawing - Step 6
6. Use two curved lines to enclose a ridge around the center of the crown. Extend a straight, vertical line from each side, forming the sides of the crown.
Easy Crown Drawing - Step 7
7. Connect the sides of the crown using two curved lines. Between the two ridges, draw a small diamond shape. Band it with perpendicular lines to give it a three-dimensional shape.
Add More Details to Your Crown Picture - Step 8
8. Draw two small circles on the top half of the crown. Between the ridges, draw two more diamond shapes. Draw perpendicular lines across them.
Then, enclose a triangle on each of the crown’s sides. Draw a horizontal line across each one. These are diamonds as viewed from the side.
Complete the Outline of Your Crown Drawing - Step 9
9. Enclose a half-circle on each side of the crown. Then, draw more crown points between each of the existing points. For each point, use two curved lines and a partial circle.
Color Your Crown Drawing
Your crown outline is now complete. Color your royal accessory. Crowns are often gold in color; sometimes, they are silver or other colors.
The gemstones come in many colors as well - green emerald, blue sapphires, or red rubies, for example.
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